Experience the authenticity of Inti Raymi with a Machu Picchu Tour - 4 Days

Inti Raymi with a Machu Picchu Tour

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With the “Inti Raymi Tour“, you will be able to know closely the most important festival of Cusco, ideal for those who are looking to live the festivities of this city that will be filled with music and historical representations with more than 500 actors and dancers; but above all come to be reborn and start the Andean New Year with us and also visit and know the wonder of the World: Machupicchu.

The Inti Raymi + Machupicchu Tour offers the following activities:

City tour in Cusco:

The city tour in Cusco offers a unique experience of the rich history and culture of this Peruvian city. Sightseeing attractions include the impressive Inca architecture of Sacsayhuaman, the impressive Cusco Cathedral and the sun temple of Qorikancha, where you can appreciate Inca architectural techniques and Spanish influence.

Inti Raymi:

Inti Raymi is an Inca festival celebrated in Cusco every year. The event features a dramatic recreation of the ancient ritual of thanksgiving to the sun for the harvest, with the participation of hundreds of actors and dancers dressed in traditional costumes. The ceremony takes place on the esplanade of Sacsayhuaman and offers a unique cultural experience.

Machu Picchu Tour:

The tour to Machu Picchu is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Peru. The archaeological site is considered one of the wonders of the world and boasts breathtaking views of the mountain and surrounding valley. Visitors can tour the Inca ruins, learn about the history and culture of the region, and enjoy the natural beauty of the area.



  • Day 1: Arrival – City tour in Cusco
  • Day 2: Inti Raymi
  • Day 3: Tour to Machu Picchu
  • Day 4: End of Service

Day 1: City Tour in Cusco 3800 meters

  • Pick up from the Airport or Terminal
  • Transfer to your hotel in Cusco
  • Accommodation at your selected hotel
  • 13:00 pm the agency will pick you up at your hotel to start the tour.
  • Visit of the Main Cathedral of Cusco
  • Visit of the Temple of the Sun Qoricancha
  • Visit of the Archaeological Center of Saqsayhaman
  • Visit of the Archaeological Center of Qenqo
  • Visit of the Archaeological Center of Tambomachay
  • 18:30 pm return to Cusco city.

Day 2: Inti Raymi 3671 meters

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Visit to the show performed in the Qoricancha
  • Cusco Main Square
  • Transfer to Sacsayhuaman
  • VIP seating in the complex
  • Inti Raymi Festival
  • Transfer to the Hotel

Day 3: Machu Picchu 2400 mts.

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Transportation Cusco-Ollantaytambo
  • Travel by Tourist Train Ollantaytambo-Aguas Calientes
  • Transfer by Bus (CONSETTUR) to Machupicchu
  • Guided visit to Machupicchu (2 hours aprox)
  • Return by bus to Aguas Calientes
  • Travel by Tourist Train Aguas Calientes-Ollantaytambo
  • Tourist Transport Ollantaytambo-Cusco
  • Arrival to Cusco city

Day 4: End of Service

  • At the appropriate time, transfer to Alejandro Velasco International Airport.
  • End of Service



At appropriate time pick up from airport and transfer to chosen hotel.

Hotel accommodation.

Our tour starts picking you up at your hotel between 12:50 hrs and 13:10 hrs, Approx.

The City Tour in Cusco is a tour of the main attractions of the city of Cusco; the tour starts visiting the Cathedral of Cusco and its more than 600 paintings of the Cusco School (40 minutes).

Then we go to the Temple of Qoricancha on foot seeing beautiful Inca streets (10 min), we will enter the Qoricancha at (14:20hrs), this main temple in Inca times, in the temple of Qoricancha we will learn about the Inca religion and architecture (40 min).

At 15:00 hrs approx. we will take our transportation and go to Sacsayhuaman (15 min) in which we will have a guided tour through the huge walls of this Inca temple built for the god illapa (lightning) (45 min).

We will take our bus again to Qenqo (5 min) where we will have a tour to this other ancient Inca temple.

Once again we take our mobility (10 min) and go to Puka Pukara and Tambomachay water temple. We will finish our tour at 18:00hrs.

  • Upon returning to Cusco we will drop you off near the main square, you will have the afternoon free to enjoy the local cuisine, music and the city.

We will leave you in the center of the city so you can enjoy dinner or stroll around the Plaza de Armas of Cusco.


  • Tourist Transportation
  • Professional Tour Guide
  • General Tourist Ticket
  • Entrance to the Cathedral
  • Entrance to Qoricancha, Saqsayhuaman, Qenqo, Puka-Pukara and Tambomachay.


  • Warm clothes
  • Small backpack with personal belongings
  • Camera
  • Cash for shopping
  • Mineral water
  • Sun block lotion and sun hat
  • Valid Identity Card

Breakfast – Passenger / Lunch – Passenger / Dinner – Passenger


THE QORICANCHA (Public Stage):

7:40 hrs We will pick you up at your hotel to go to the first station of this staging, which will be in the Qoricancha. It is necessary to leave early to be located in front of the Qoricancha, there are no established places because it is an event for the general public and not only for tourists.

Looking up we will be able to see the Inca performing an invocation to the Sun.

8:00 hrs We will meet at the Qoricancha where we will sit on some benches to appreciate the departure of the Inca and his retinue. We will wait a little while for the ceremony to begin, normally from 09.00 to 09.30 am, looking up we will be able to see the Inca on the stage making an invocation to the Sun God.

PLAZA DE ARMAS (Public Stage):

10:00 hrs We will walk up to the Plaza de Armas where we will settle in one of the corners to appreciate the passage of the Inca retinue. Then we will take our mobility in the rejoicing square to go to Sacsayhuamán 20min approx.


12:00 hrs Sacsayhuamán (voice derived from the Quechua terms “saqsay” and “waman” which translated into Spanish means “saciate hawk”: This impressive archaeological center is located at 3,555 m.a.s.l., one kilometer from the Inca quarter of Qolqanpata.

The procession moves immediately. This one enters the stage carrying the Inca in his litter by groups that represent the inhabitants of the four suyos. Afterwards, an alpaca is sacrificed and the Inca invokes his father the Sun. Services and accommodations in the place.

13:00 hrs we will have our box lunch. And the ceremony will begin.

We will be accommodated in the orange VIP grandstand of the stage to have the best view of the show. This is the only stage where we will be comfortable appreciating this magnificent staging of the Inti Raymi.

15:30 hrs approx. end of the staging, we will meet and go to the mobility and we will leave you in your respective hotels (this day there will be a lot of traffic congestion some people that their hotels are close to the square choose to walk down to the Plaza de Armas approx. 15 min down).

NOTE: We want to take you to all the scenarios where this impressive festival is staged, the places suitable for all audiences will be the Qoricancha and the Plaza de Armas and properly the INTI RAYMI will be presented in Sacsayhuaman, feel comfortable in each place and enjoy with us the 3 seasons of Inti Raymi.

The Inti Raymi tour includes:

  • Tourist Transportation
  • Professional guide
  • Entrance to VIP tribune in Sacsayhuaman
  • Box Lunch


  • Windbreaker
  • Comfortable clothes
  • Small backpack with personal belongings
  • Camera
  • Cash for shopping
  • Mineral water
  • Sun block and sun hat

Breakfast – Hotel / Lunch – Agency / Dinner – Passenger


At the agreed time after breakfast at the hotel, we will go to Ollantaytambo station (2 hrs approx).

We will board the train according to the chosen schedule and head to Machu Picchu Pueblo.

We will meet the guide at the bus station to board the bus that will take us to the sanctuary of Machu Picchu the travel time is 30 minutes approx.

Upon arrival of the bus we will meet at the entrance gate to the Sanctuary of Machu Picchu where we present our income, passport or identity card.

Together with the guide we enter the Sanctuary of Machu Picchu and we will have a guided tour of approximately 2 hours, where we will know the important points of the Inca citadel.

At the end of the tour we will have free time to take pictures in Machupicchu.

Then the guide will say goodbye to us, so we board the bus back to the town of Aguas Calientes, where we can enjoy a delicious lunch at a restaurant of your choice.

In the afternoon we will have time to visit the handicraft markets or a short walk through the city.

At the appropriate time we will board our tourist train with arrival in Ollanta. 1.40 hrs. arrival at Ollantaytambo train station where agency staff will be waiting for your transfer to your hotel in Cusco. 1.50 hrs

The tour to Machu Picchu includes:

  • Tourist Transportation Cusco-Ollantaytambo-Cusco
  • Train ticket Ollantaytambo – Machu Picchu round trip
  • Professional guide
  • Bus up and down
  • Entrance tickets to Machu Picchu


  • Warm clothes
  • Small backpack with personal belongings
  • Camera
  • Cash for shopping
  • Mineral water
  • Sun block and sun hat

Breakfast – Hotel / Lunch – Passenger / Dinner – Passenger


Free morning for non-directed activities: shopping, visit to the central market or a museum in Cusco (optional).

At appropriate time transfer to Cusco airport.

Breakfast – Hotel / Lunch – Passenger / Dinner – Passenger



  • 3 nights Hotel in Cusco, all breakfasts.
  • All transfers
  • All tickets or entrance fees to the archaeological sites
  • Lunch: Inti Raymi
  • Transfer Terminal or Airport – Hotel in Cusco
  • Guide and Tourist Transportation

On Tour in Machu Picchu:

  • Tourist Train round trip
  • Bus up and down Machu Picchu
  • Entrance to Machu Picchu Sanctuary
  • Professional guide in Machu Picchu
  • Transfer from train station Ollanta – Cusco

This tour does NOT include:

  • International and domestic flights
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips


Por que elegir a Cusco Tours Perú

Asesores Expertos

Nuestros asesores expertos están aquí para ayudarte a planificar y organizar tu viaje a Perú de manera excepcional.

Con un profundo conocimiento y experiencia en el país, te brindarán asesoramiento personalizado, recomendaciones de destinos y actividades, así como información detallada sobre la cultura, la historia y la gastronomía peruana. Ya sea que estés interesado en explorar las maravillas arqueológicas de Machu Picchu, navegar por el misterioso Lago Titicaca o descubrir la selva amazónica, nuestros asesores te guiarán para que vivas una experiencia inolvidable en Perú.

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En Cusco Tours Perú nos esforzamos en brindarte una experiencia única de viaje de la siguiente forma, la inmersión en la cultura local, la interacción con la naturaleza, la participación en actividades específicas, la degustación de la gastronomía local y el descubrimiento de lugares auténticos.

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Además, proporcionamos valor sobre información local, recomendaciones, consejos de seguridad, acceso a lugares exclusivos y la oportunidad de conocer a otros viajeros con intereses similares.

En resumen, una experiencia de viaje implica un itinerario cuidadosamente diseñado, servicios organizados y la búsqueda de momentos únicos y significativos para los viajeros, brindándoles la oportunidad de disfrutar de un viaje inolvidable.

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En Cusco Tours Perú, creemos en el poder de hacer una diferencia en la vida de los demás. Por cada viaje que realizas con nosotros, una parte de nuestras ganancias se destina a apoyar a niños de bajos recursos en la región.

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Nos preocupamos por preservar el entorno natural y cultural de Perú y Machu Picchu. Trabajamos en colaboración con las comunidades locales, promoviendo el turismo sostenible y respetuoso con el medio ambiente. Nos esforzamos por minimizar nuestro impacto, fomentar prácticas responsables y educar a nuestros viajeros sobre la importancia de conservar la belleza natural de Perú.

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Valoramos a cada uno de nuestros clientes y nos esforzamos por brindar un servicio altamente personalizado. Desde el momento en que nos contactas, nos dedicamos a comprender tus necesidades y deseos específicos para crear un itinerario a medida.

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Estos testimonios auténticos reflejan la calidad y el impacto positivo que Cusco Tours Perú tiene en la vida de nuestros viajeros. Nos enorgullece ofrecer experiencias excepcionales y significativas en Machu Picchu.

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Getting to know Inti Raymi and Machupicchu

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Questions about the Inti Raymi and Machu Picchu Tour

What is the best time to travel to Cusco?

The best time to travel to Cusco is during the dry season, which runs from May to October. During this period, the weather is generally dry and sunny, with daytime temperatures ranging from 18°C to 22°C. Nights can be quite cold, with temperatures dropping around 5°C, especially in June and July.

The rainy season in Cusco runs from November to March, and during this period you can expect regular rains, especially in January and February. Rainfall can be heavy and can cause disruptions to transportation and tourist activities.

Keep in mind that, although the dry season is the best time to visit Cusco in terms of weather, it is also the busiest time in terms of tourism.

What to see in the city of Cusco?

Cusco is a city full of history and culture, and there are many interesting things to see and do. Some of the most popular tourist attractions in Cusco:

  1. The Plaza de Armas: Cusco’s main square is an impressive place surrounded by impressive historical buildings such as the Cusco Cathedral and the Archbishop’s Palace.
  2. The Temple of the Sun (Qorikancha): This temple is one of the most important monuments of the Inca era. Currently, you can visit the Convent of Santo Domingo, which was built on the ruins of the Temple of the Sun.
  3. The Sacsayhuaman Fortress: It is an impressive Inca fortress located on the outskirts of the city of Cusco. The fortress has huge stone walls that weigh several tons and offers an impressive view of the city of Cusco.
  4. San Pedro Market: It is one of the largest markets in Cusco, where you can find local products and handicrafts. The market is a popular place to buy souvenirs and souvenirs.
  5. The Twelve Angles Stone: This is an impressive carved stone found on a wall of a colonial house near Cusco’s Plaza de Armas. The stone is known for its perfection and precision carving.

What is the weather like in Cusco?

The climate in Cusco varies according to the time of the year.

  • The dry season (April to October): During this time, the weather in Cusco is generally dry and sunny, with temperatures ranging between 18°C and 20°C. Nights can be cold, with temperatures dropping as low as 5°C. This is the best time to visit Cusco, as weather conditions are ideal for exploring the city and outdoor activities such as hiking and trekking.
  • Rainy season (November to March): During this season, Cusco experiences frequent rains and cooler temperatures, with an average temperature of 16°C. Nights can be cooler, with temperatures dropping as low as 3°C. Rainfall can be quite intense and prolonged, which can make outdoor activities difficult.

It is important to keep in mind that the weather in Cusco can be unpredictable, even during the dry season. It is advisable to wear appropriate clothing for the weather and be prepared for sudden changes in temperature and rain.

What is Inti Raymi?

Inti Raymi is a festival celebrated in Cusco on June 24. It is an ancient celebration that the Incas used to do in honor of the Sun God, Inti. Today, the celebration mixes Catholic and Andean traditions, and a theatrical representation of the ceremony is performed in the Sacsayhuaman fortress.

The celebration includes music, dances and offerings to the Pachamama (mother earth) and the sun, as well as the presentation of ritual sacrifices. The ceremony is a mixture of Inca and Catholic traditions, and is presided over by an actor who represents the Inca and makes offerings to the sun and the earth.

Inti Raymi is an opportunity to experience the rich culture and heritage of Peru’s Andean peoples, and is a unique experience for those looking to immerse themselves in the history and tradition of the region.

How long does Inti Raymi last?

The Inti Raymi is a festivity that lasts approximately all day. The main ceremony takes place in the fortress of Sacsayhuaman, on the outskirts of the city of Cusco, and lasts about four hours, from 9 am to 1 pm. However, the celebration of Inti Raymi extends throughout the day with various activities in different parts of the city of Cusco.

In the morning, there is a procession of participants dressed in traditional costumes, from the temple of Qoricancha to the Plaza de Armas of Cusco. After the ceremony in Sacsayhuaman, there is a procession back to Cusco, where an additional celebration is held in the Plaza de Armas, with music and traditional dances.

How far in advance should I plan my Inti Raymi Tour?

If you are interested in attending Inti Raymi, it is recommended that you plan your tour well in advance. The festival is celebrated every year on June 24, so it is recommended that you start looking for information about tours and lodging at least 4 months in advance, especially if you plan to travel during high season.

You should also keep in mind that, during the festival, prices for accommodation and transportation may increase considerably, and that tickets for the main events may sell out quickly. Therefore, it is recommended that you plan your trip at least 4 months in advance to avoid setbacks and ensure you have a memorable Inti Raymi experience.

What to bring on my trip to Cusco?

If you are planning a trip to Cusco, there are some important items you should take with you to make sure you are comfortable and prepared for any situation. Some of the items you might consider bringing are:

  1. Appropriate clothing: Due to the variability of the climate in Cusco, it is important that you bring clothing suitable for different weather conditions. Include warm clothes for cold nights, comfortable clothes for walking, and comfortable, sturdy shoes for exploring the ruins and trails.
  2. Sunscreen: Cusco’s altitude means that the sun can be very strong during the day, so it is important to bring sunscreen to protect your skin.
  3. Water bottle: The altitude can also cause dehydration, so it is important to stay hydrated.
  4. Medication: If you take any medications regularly, make sure you bring enough for your trip. It is also a good idea to bring some basic medications for headaches, upset stomachs and colds.
  5. Cash: Although most places in Cusco accept credit cards, it is advisable to carry cash in Peruvian soles for shopping in local markets, paying for cabs and tipping.
  6. Plug adapter: If you are coming from another country, you may need a plug adapter for electrical outlets in Peru.
  7. Camera: Cusco is a beautiful place with many interesting landscapes and tourist attractions, so you will want to capture many memories in photos or videos.

What to see in Machu Picchu?

  • The Intihuatana, The Temple of the Sun: a large ceremonial building, probably dedicated to the god Inti, the sun god in Inca mythology.
  • The Main Temple: A large structure with an impressive panoramic view of the nearby mountains.
  • The Main Street: The main road that runs through the center of the city and connects the main areas of Machu Picchu.
  • The Sun Gate: The main entrance to Machu Picchu and one of the most iconic points of the city.
  • The thermal baths: Inca system of thermal baths.
  • The Huayna Picchu mountain: an optional hike that offers even more impressive panoramic views of the ruins of Machu Picchu, the hike lasts 1 hour uphill to climb the Huayna Picchu mountain.
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